One of Britain's favourite topics of conversation is the weather. English weather is talked about by the English a lot. Talking about the weather accounts for more casual conversations than any other topic, and there is no other way to ‘break the ice’ than mentioning something about the forecast! It can change at any moment.
Autumn foliage explodes in red, orange, yellow and brown. How about learning some colorful words to make your description of fall leaves more beautiful? Feuille Morte (brownish-orange, yellowish-brown) Feuille Morte is a brownish orange that is deeper and slightly redder than leather, yellower and deeper than spice, and yellower and deeper than gold pheasant. It
Have practice and speak about winter, an amazingly beautiful season. Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.
Would you like to learn some autumn poems? Autumn Leaves Yellow, red and green and brown See the little leaves come down. Dancing, dancing in the breeze, Falling, falling from the trees. Golden Fall Golden in the garden Golden in the glen Golden, golden, golden October’s here again. Golden in the tree tops, Golden in the
Autumn is my favourite season because it's so beautiful and peaceful. Do you like autumn? Have practice and speak about this wonderful time of the year. Autumn is a second spring when every leaf's a flower. Albert Camus Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile. William Cullen Bryant September, October and November are autumn months.
I like June a lot. The weather in June is often hot. June is a month of fun! You can swim and run. I can wear shirts, Flip-flops and T-shirts. In this month I celebrate my birthday. I eat delicious food and play the whole day. June is the month of fruit, We can taste
Spring is a lovely season. Here are two rhymes about it. Spring Is Coming Spring is coming, spring is coming, How do you think I know? I see a flower blooming, I know it must be so. Spring is coming, spring is coming, How do you think I know? I see a blossom on the
Spring March, April and May are spring months. In spring the days become longer and nights shorter. In March it sometimes snows. The sun shines warm. Bright spring sun rays begin to melt snow in the fields and in the streets and icy sheet on the rivers and lakes. The trees begin to bud and